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with tony blair that basically they were saying the u.s. has already decided to invade and you know, the u.s. is just going to be interested in justifying a war rather than preventing it. as you said, how does the american press respond? it yawned. >> five weeks. virtually no mention. that was leaked in may of 2005. it was a very big deal. as you said, it was memos from august, before the war. and blair is meeting with his top advisers in d.c. they said by the way we're going to war. everything you're hearing is a snow job. they're fixing the intelligence around this invasion. so this was like the holy grail. it is like what everyone had assumed and for five weeks the american press did nothing. and you know, i was in islam at the time. i remember reporting that. i got comments from a. p. and "usa today." they admitted we totally blew it. we should have done it. but that was the mindset. you were not supposed to push back. you were not supposed to uncover this gigantic lie at the center of the iraq war. >> stephanie: think how many people would be alive if the press had done their job. that
is jacki schechner. >> happy friday everyone. the u.s. postal service lost $1.2 billion in the last three months of last year but compare that to the $3.3 billion it lost in the same time frame the year before. it wants to stop saturday letter delivery starting august 1st, a move it says will save it $2 billion a year. so why is the postal service hemorrhaging money? in one word, congress. in 2006 a congressional mandate requires that the postal service prefund healthcare benefits for future retirees. it hit its $15 billion debt limit last september and isn't allowed to borrow anymore. karl rove is warning ashley judd that when it comes to political attack ads there is more where the first one came from. they attacked the actress as a radical hollywood elite. rove tells fox the opening act is just that a starter, and all together the spot ran him less than $13,000 to create and post online. last year's the political organizations affiliated with rove spent an estimated $105 billion in total on ads, and advocacy. we'll have more show coming up after the break. stay with
, you know, economics. wedding industry could make $17 billion off gay marriage, the amount the u.s. wedding industry would gain. that was one of the issues you really led on. you must feel amazing. >> i feel amazing particularly watching what happened yesterday where 80 republicans, current and former republican leaders, a lot of players in the mccain campaign murphy, schmidt and others active in the republican party as consultants signing up on an amicus brief in support of our efforts as it relates to proposition 8. so you know, it is evolving at a remarkable rate and speed. you think back. it is a good reminder -- >> stephanie: back when you were the sheik -- >> back, my year of birth in 1967 when blacks couldn't marry whites until richard decided to break the law fall in love with mildred jeter. people need to remember this. the judge in that case, he was sentenced to a year in prison for marrying mildred. the judge said god sir god sir, put different races on different continents for a reason. god never wanted the races to mix. literally, i'm paraphrasing but that's almost ver
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